Heritage Hall was designed by Michael J. Burns Architects, Ltd. and built by Community Contractors, Inc. in conjunction with several local and regional subcontractors. The building consists of thirty-five, two-bedroom suites with study room and private bath for four individuals and five one-bedroom suites. It provides residence for a total of 145 students. Construction began in late summer of 2012 and was completed in 2013. The building was dedicated on April 18, 2013, as part of the inauguration ceremonies for UMC’s fifth chancellor, Fred Wood. The dedication was attended by six members of the U of M Board of Regents and by U of M President Eric Kaler.
Heritage Hall was built to a B-3 level of sustainability standards, similar to LEED’s Silver Certification and features three rain gardens. “Building Green,” reducing the carbon footprint, and addressing environmental concerns are a priority of students and the Office of Residential Life. Good design provides for student group activities as well as gathering space for friends and mentors, and it promotes a sense of community. Establishing a balance between work and play, the living environment is enhanced by the inclusion of a large, state-of-the art classroom/multi-purpose room, lounges, fitness rooms, an art and crafts room, a recreation room, and study rooms.
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